Imam Ardhianto

Imam Ardhianto
University of Indonesia | UI · Anthropology

Doctor of Philosophy


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Publications (15)
In Indonesia, farmers used to collect seed from the best plants for sowing but the changed with the Green Revolution and the introduction of improved varieties, farmers have became plant-breeders. These farmers and others have been trained in plant breeding at a farmer field school (FFS), a program of the Center for Genetic Resources, Agricultural...
Revolutionary Fact, Evolutionary Path: An Introduction "Before the Green Revolution we were the selectors of local seeds. During the Green Revolution we have been the buyers and planters of government seeds. Now, we want to be plant breeders, producing our own ideal seeds," these statements are voiced by a group of farmer-plant breeders from Indram...
Contrary to the assumption that religious conversion is strongly influenced by the hegemony of global forces (colonialism and modern state formation) over local communities, this paper argues that internal class antagonisms and material conditions also play an important role in the dynamics of adoption of or resistance to Christianity. By taking na...
Conference Paper
This paper is a preliminary assessment to identify the vanishing and the remaining social feature of precedence and origins after the adoption of Christianity in Central Borneo. While major publications are indicating the importance of such concepts to understand the structural basis of Austronesian society (Fox 2006, Vischer 2009), this paper woul...
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Artikel ini menjabarkan perkembangan diskusi dalam disiplin antropologi mengenai fenomena sosial yang dimediasi oleh teknologi digital dan tinjauan kritis dari studi terhadap fenomena tersebut. Lebih lanjut lagi, dalam konteks perkembangan antropologi di Indonesia, tulisan ini bertujuan memberikan pengantar dalam menggunakan pendekatan etnografi un...


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Project (1)
The project aims to discuss the relation between church making and cultural discontinuity in Central Borneo. The project try to involve in the emerging trend on the anthropology of Christianity by using the micro political economy and materiality perspective in order to reveal a complex dialectics between the transcendent and the immanence.